This meeting is organised by Grünenthal Ltd for Healthcare Professionals only.

Chronic Neuropathic Pain: From Science to Clinical Practice

10th November: 10-4pm

We would like to invite you to the CHANGE PAIN conference 2023- Chronic Neuropathic Pain: From Science to Clinical Practice

Join us at the King’s Fund to discuss and debate the challenges in the management of chronic neuropathic pain. Leading UK experts will explore topics on assessment of pain, impact of psychosocial factors in chronic neuropathic pain and how developments in personalised multi-modal approached across primary and secondary care can improve long-term care for people living with neuropathic pain.

You will have the opportunity to hear from a patient representatives who will provide valuable insights into what living with chronic neuropathic pain means to them.

Spaces are limited at this event, so please register using the link provided at the top of the page.

You can contact the change pain team should you have any questions:

CPD points and certificates will be provided for attendance at this one-day educational event.


Faculty for Change Pain Conference 2023

Professor Sam H Ahmedzai (Chair) – Emeritus Professor and Honorary Consultant Physician of Palliative Medicine

Dr Paul Farquhar-Smith : Consultant in Pain Management and Anaesthetics (Royal Marsden Hospital London)

Felicia Cox : Nurse Consultant (Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals)

Dr Martin Johnson : GP and Senior Medical Director (Hvivo)

Dr Dinesh Selvarajah : Consultant Physician and Senior Lecturer Clinical Diabetes (Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust)

Detailed agenda for the meeting will be shared soon.


CHANGE PAIN is a non-promotional, educational initiative produced by Grünenthal Ltd for healthcare professionals.

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